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Ancient greece ppt
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  • 2. Ancient Greece • EARLY GREECE: Slides 3–11 • FABLES, LEGENDS, AND MYTHS: Slides 12–37 • RESULTS OF THE GRECIAN DARK AGES: Slides 38–43 • GREEK CITY-STATES: Slides 44–78 • DAILY LIFE: Slides 79–101 • WARS AND EXPANSION: Slides 102–117 • GIFTS FROM THE GREEKS: Slides 18–130 • QUIZ: Slides 131–132 2
  • 3. Early Greece 3
  • 4. Ancient Greece Greece is a country in Europe. In ancient times, people lived along the huge coastline where food was plentiful. 4
  • 5. New Towns The Greeks loved to explore and they loved to build towns. They explored the Mediterranean looking for new places to build. Not everyone was glad to see them. Egypt chased them away. They had better luck in: • Turkey • Italy • France 5
  • 6. The Minoans The Minoan king lived in a maze of a palace with 1500 rooms! The walls were painted with pictures of people jumping over bulls! Even poor people had four- room stone houses with running water and bathrooms that flushed! 6
  • 7. The Minoans Natural disasters hit Crete! • Earthquake (around 1700 BCE) • Volcanic eruption (around 1500 BCE) • Tidal waves (following volcanic eruption) • The Minoans disappear “Good thing we did not build there!” the Greeks agreed happily. 7
  • 8. The Mycenaeans The Mycenaeans were another tribe of early people. They fought the Greeks and won. They ran things for a while, until a new group, the Dorians, came down from the north. The Dorians had iron weapons! 8
  • 9. The Dorians Around 1200 BCE, after the Dorians took over, all written records stopped. The Dorians did not write things down. Greece fell into a dark age! 9
  • 10. Question: Why did ancient Greece fall into a dark age when the Dorians took over? 10

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